Marc Lore, who sold his company to Amazon for $500 million, is willing to make one big promise about his new site: You won’t find a lower price anywhere.
The image-hosting site announces Video to GIF, a tool that will put the loops absolutely everywhere.
As long as you’re in New York, that is. A look at the newly unveiled Place Tips.
Several users have reported that upon logging into the iTunes software management portal they are presented with someone else’s account and apps.
Airpnp is the worst-designed app I’ve ever used. It’s also the most profound.
Uber drivers in California, Illinois, and Washington will be able to access pay-per-mile insurance that will cover them when they’re not on a ride.
Mike Tyson and Jane Fonda were there, too. Or: How I lost all my famous followers on Twitter.
Discover is Snapchat’s way to distribute content.
They haven’t discovered “Discover” yet; they’re just upset the top friends feature is gone. UPDATE: Due to popular demand, Snapchat will bring back top friends.
Welcome to a bigger, more holistic Twitter.
People can now use Roadie to find a driver to personally deliver pretty much anything.
But don’t cut your cords just yet.
But it mostly looks crazy out there.
The Office of the Attorney General will be monitoring Uber prices to ensure the company is adhering to the agreed-upon price caps.
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Despite insisting that it’s a technology platform, not a transportation company, Uber applied for a Radio Taxi license in order to resume operations in New Delhi.
Members have to be accomplished and educated to get past The League’s digital velvet rope.
Big social media and tech companies are cracking down on illegal drug-related activity on their networks. Entrepreneurs seeking to take advantage of America’s legal weed boom say they’re being hurt instead.
(Hint: It’s probably a brand.)
After 40,000 new drivers joined the platform just last month, Uber published a study analyzing who they are and how they are doing. Older, more female, and better paid than yellow cab drivers, the company says.
The search giant will be partnering with Sprint and T-Mobile to provide service, but the details are still vague.
Four takeaways from today’s announcement.
The publishing industry’s uneasy embrace of Netflix-style analytics.
Brave new comparisons for a brave new world.
“If I had to vote today I would vote that [companies like Airbnb are] absolutely illegal and they should all be shut down,” Council Member Karen Koslowitz said at the hearing.
2015’s most controversial gadget offers up a vision of a confusing, possibly concerning, but ultimately plausible future to its critics.
The latest regulatory battle facing the ride-hailing giant.
Google ends its Glass developer program as it gears up for a consumer launch.
The Center for American Progress report targets Uber and other popular apps that use subcontractors to power their success — without providing benefits and protections. A widening partisan divide.